I am so glad that Alex has finally grown up and ready to become The Chosen One. Michael did self destruct a the end of S1, but Alex would never have been able to survive Gabriel or get them to ND w/out the way Michael brought him up. Laurel gave me the creeps, there was something weird about how she knew EXACTLY why Michael was lost. I do think that a false prophet speaks to Laurel, as there are people who read others really well, but all she was missing were the names. Michael needed a second chance at protecting a people & a town, as he did in Vega. He knew that he wasn't going to die, the knife was not imperian steel, and it is definitely like a cleansing, and rebirth; but not literally. So he was back to being a badass, and is off to New Delphi. I am assuming in the past that the events were after the intervention by Uriel that we saw last season. It was amazing seeing how much the brothers love each other, as Michael was upset that Gabriel had killed someone, because that was his job. But you saw that glint in Gabriel's eye as he stared at the blood, after hugging Michael. I can't wait to see more of how their relationship changed over time. But I did think that Gabriel was jealous of Michael after S1, and he implied/said it,in this episode? that he wanted to be Father's favorite, especially since he used to be the "good" one. Michael was always chosen to be God's soldier, and follow his orders, which I think is why he as able to take the tattoos. Remember he was the only one of the three who never whined about getting Daddy back, so he is still Dad's soldier. It's too compacted for here; but he was also trying to find redemption for the past, and it seems, still being tested by Dad. I loved that quote about how Alex was like a son, and by trying to control his path and live with himself again, it brought out the worse in him. Well, at least we know how Julian was able to train the 8 Balls, and I think that he is the reason that they have evolved, ie. they have their own language now, But I thought that Gabriel controlled them and how did Julian get his body back? As for Claire's new friend soon to be lover? He's definitely head of the rebels.
I love this show! First, I think the military is looking for Red 17, and they are clearly nefarious and dangerous. Dutch was asking D'avin questions from the start, so she knows there's something up, and I think that is why she asked him to be on the team, and because he's Johnny's brother. It's not a coincidence that Khlyen showed up at the slave ship, (as we know), along with D'avin's memory loss, and forcing Dutch back to her former life. I definitely do not mean that she doesn't trust him, and that girl was flirting with him since he tried to choke her. Sadly, D'avin was right when he told Johnny that her enemies become his enemies, as indicated by that creepy little exchange at the end. One thing this show is lacking is where are are Johnny's secrets? We haven't gotten to know him as intimately as D'avin and Dutch, and I want to know more! I also think that the scene when D'avin confessed to only remembering what he did, and crying in the corner, was so tragic and painful to watch. On a happier note: the dynamic between these three is fantastic, and it easily could have slipped into a love triangle and Johnny all worked up about his amazing big brother, and how he's a third wheel. The writers deliberately made it clear that Dutch thinks it weird that Johnny becomes friends with people that he sleeps with. I also think that he is the first person who she loves, trusts completely and is her best friend
$1 million is not very much in NYC: you can't even get a one bedroom on Park Avenue or downtown for that small of an amount. The place that Harvey owns would be, I'm guessing, $5 million maybe more? As for his pay check, it's not like he's sitting around and all this cash is flowing in; he works hard, and he has loyal clients. We've seen that he has many since they first started out; including the one last night. I think that's why they chose that particular case. I know how lawyers are paid in big firms, but however he is paid, he brings in the most $. Mike is screwed; Robert is going to find out his secret. As for Donna? He did not pay her salary for the wrong reasons, it was as you said, out of line, to throw it in Louis' face. He did that, for the wrong reasons. But then Donna was also treated differently by Harvey because of their personal relationship, and that is one thing that she will eventually realize. She makes a lot of money if he kept increasing it, as he made more. I didn't get a read on how she felt about him paying her that way, and that putting their friendship aside, was lucky, or that she was angry that he told her for the wrong reasons. I think it's the latter? This whole thing w/Donna/Louis and Harvey is growing old fast, as is the fact that Louis is constantly making the same mistakes. He sounded a bit crazy when he was yelling at Harvey right?
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